(FILES) In this photo dated on November 25, 2012 German Formula One driver Michael Schumacher gestures at the end of the Brazil's F1 Grand Prix at the Interlagos racetrack in Sao Paulo, Brazil. AFP PHOTO/YASUYOSHI CHIBA
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Michael Schumacher is showing "small, encouraging signs" of recovery from injuries sustained in a ski accident, his family said Wednesday, while acknowledging the Formula One legend faced a long battle ahead.The family voiced confidence the 45-year-old would pull through after 11 weeks in a medically induced coma but declined to give further details of his condition. The family said on January 30 that drugs used to keep Schumacher in a coma were being reduced in a bid to help him awake.Schumacher survived a motorbike accident in Spain in 2009, during which he suffered head and neck injuries but was released from hospital after just five hours.
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